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Han Chae-young, "I was criticized for spoiling 'Autumn In My Heart'"

2017/03/16 | 9061 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Han Chae-young brought up something she had kept inside for a long time.

On the upcoming episode of the KBS 2TV show "Slam Dunk 2" on the 17th, the team is going to visit "Music Bank" in order to show support for Hong Jin-yeong. Meanwhile, Han Chae-young is going to talk about the time she suffered because of her debuting drama "Autumn in my Heart".

In the recording of the show, Han Chae-young said, "I wasn't very good in my Korean when I was cast for the role. I was criticized in proportion to the percentage going up and I was told I was ruining the drama".

"Then my part slowly decreased. I was so embarrassed and sorry, but I couldn't say anything because everything seemed to be my fault, not even my family".

Soon she came back to her usual self and said, "But now I think of all that as practice and it remains as a good memory to me. Everyone around her cried a little as she told her story.

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